Find Your Textbook

Browse by Titles Browse by Authors Browse by Subject Advanced Search
Top Border Right

Browse by Authors : E

  • Ehrich, Meghen; Kinney, Monica
    Cover URL: Using Google Apps, 1st Edition
    Title: Using Google Apps, 1st Edition
    Keyword(s): using; google; Google; apps; applications; 1st Edition; 2014; companion website
    Abstract:

    Using Google Apps gives students and instructors an opportunity to incorporate web-based software applications into daily computer use. By studying this text, students can learn the skills needed to be productive and efficient in their use of Google apps.

    By: Meghen Ehrich and Monica Kinney
    Brief Summary: Using Google Apps gives students and instructors an opportunity to incorporate web-based software applications into daily computer use.
  • Ewell, Janet, MA, MJE; Balmeo, Michelle, MJE; Austin, Ellen, M.Ed, MJE; Hamm, Randy, CJE
    Cover URL: Journalism: Publishing Across Media, 1st Edition
    Title: Journalism: Publishing Across Media, 1st Edition
    Keyword(s): journalism; publishing; across; media; 1st Edition; 2016
    Abstract:

    Journalism: Publishing Across Media teaches the principles, practices and styles used in traditional and new media. It explains core journalism concepts in a student-friendly way to high school learners in first-year Journalism and Communication programs. In contrast to other journalism texts, this text stresses the importance of telling stories through visual and audio elements, as well as the written and spoken word. Examples of student and professional work accompany the text.

    By: Janet Ewell, Michelle Balmeo, Ellen Austin, and Randy Hamm
    Brief Summary: Journalism: Publishing Across Media teaches the principles, practices and styles used in traditional and new media. It explains core journalism concepts in a student-friendly way to high school learners in first-year Journalism and Communication programs.
  • Hancock,J.P.; Edgar,Don W., Ph.D.; Pate, Michael L., Ph.D.; Dyer, Lori A.; Hoover W. Brian, Ph.D.
    Cover URL: Agricultural Mechanics and Technology Systems, 1st Edition
    Title: Agricultural Mechanics and Technology Systems, 1st Edition
    Keyword(s): agricultural; mechanics; technology; systems; 1st Edition; 2018
    Abstract:

    Agricultural Mechanics and Technology Systems presents focused, technically accurate coverage of all major skilled trade disciplines in agricultural contexts, including construction, electricity, welding, and power systems. In addition, the text provides a wealth of information and resources on careers in agricultural mechanics and promotes a deep understanding of supervised agricultural experiences (SAEs) and career development events (CDEs). Agricultural Mechanics and Technology Systems has been designed to support the Power, Structural, and Technical Systems Career Pathway within the National AFNR Career Cluster Content Standards and has been correlated with selected state standards.

    By: J.P. Hancock, Don W. Edgar Ph.D., Michael L. Pate Ph.D., Lori A. Dyer, and W. Brian Hoover Ph.D.
    Brief Summary: Agricultural Mechanics and Technology Systems presents focused, technically accurate coverage of all major skilled trade disciplines in agricultural contexts, including construction, electricity, welding, and power systems.
  • Kato, Sharleen L., Ed.D; Elias, Janice G.
    Cover URL: Foundations of Family and Consumer Sciences, 2nd Edition
    Title: Foundations of Family and Consumer Sciences: Careers Serving Individuals, Families, and Communities, 2nd Edition
    Keyword(s): foundations; family; consumer; sciences; career; careers; serving; individuals; families; communities; 2nd Edition; 2015
    Abstract:

    Foundations of Family and Consumer Sciences is a completely updated college-level textbook designed to introduce students to the Family and Consumer Sciences profession. An overview of the profession, including history and trends, is presented. Career opportunities for each Family and Consumer Sciences specialization area are explored and come to life in Professional Profiles and Issues in the News features. The text guides students in how to move into the workplace and make a difference in the lives of others.

    By: Sharleen L. Kato, Ed.D. and Janice G. Elias
    Brief Summary: Foundations of Family and Consumer Sciences is a completely updated college-level textbook designed to introduce students to the Family and Consumer Sciences profession.

Copyright © The Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. All rights reserved.